Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater is a stealth action-adventure game developed and published by Konami, with development support from Virtuos.
It is a remake of 2004’s Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.
The series has collectively generated over $1 billion in revenue for Konami, the publisher confirms.
PlayStation Store and Xbox Store pages have gone live for the recently-announced stealth remake.
Konami also didn't rule out remakes of other titles in the series. "We will listen to player demand and consider accordingly."
Konami talks up the upcoming remake's "level of detail" thanks to the implementation of "the power of modern systems."
The remake will bring over the original game's story and voice acting as is, Konami has officially confirmed.
The long-rumoured MGS3 remake is real, but there's quite a bit that we don't know about it yet.
Konami is internally developing the GS3 remake, while the project is also "fully supported" by Virtuos, it's been confirmed.
Konami confirms that the upcoming remake will see the return of "the original voice characters".
"The Delta symbol was chosen because its meaning fits the concept of the remake project," Konami says.
Konami describes it as "a faithful recreation of the original story and game design" that will evolve the experience with "with stunning visuals and a seamless user experience."
The developer ensures "a faithful recreation of the original story and game design" while updating the visuals and user experience.
Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Vol. 1, which includes the first three games in the series, is also coming to PS5 this Autumn.
It's been claimed that contrary to recent rumours, Metal Gear Solid 3's remake will be announced for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
Journalist Jez Corden says that though Konami does have a deal with Sony, the remake could eventually make its way to Xbox as well.
Sony has allegedly struck exclusivity deals with Konami for Silent Hill, Metal Gear Solid, and Castlevania.
Metal Gear Solid voice actor and singer Donna Burke is working on a new rendition of "Snake Eater", but it's not for a remake.
It's also claimed that re-releases of past Metal Gear Solid might still be part of the plan for Konami, in addition to releasing an MGS3 remake.
If the rumoured Metal Gear Solid 3 remake is indeed real, this is what we're hoping it'll change (and keep).
VGC claims Konami has big plans in place for this year's E3, with revivals of two of its biggest properties set to be unveiled.
The website also mentions experience with the Fox Engine. Reports have claimed that Virtuos is developing a Metal Gear Solid 3 remake.
Leaks have claimed the Singapore-based studio is developing the alleged remake, and a Metal Gear Solid artbook was recently spotted in one of its recruitment videos.
If that Metal Gear Solid 3 remake does end up happening, hopefully it'll look a little something like this.
Recent rumours have suggested that an MGS3 remake is in the works- here's why we're excited about the possibility.
The LinkedIn page of a former Virtuos employee says the studio is working on a AAA remake, lending further credence to report Metal Gear reports.
The new Castlevania game is allegedly being developed internally at Konami, while Metal Gear seems to have been outsourced to Virtuos.